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    • 01-14-15 NELP decries U.S. District Court judge's decision vacating federal minimum wage rules for home care workers. Read More
    • 01-07-15 NELP's Sarah Leberstein on the growth of low-wage jobs in manufacturing, on NPR's "All Things Considered." Read More
    • 12-31-14 20 states to increase minimum wage on New Year's Day; majority of states will have rates above federal $7.25 per hour. Read More
    • 12-23-14 NELP issues statement on federal district court' s decision on minimum wage and overtime rules for home care workers. Read More
    • 12-17-14 New NELP report shows why federal overtime rules aren't working for America's workers and why we need reform. Read More
    • 12-04-14 NELP's Arun Ivatury on the latest round of fast-food worker strikes, in MSNBC.com op-ed. Read More
    • 12-03-14 NELP's Maurice Emsellem on why we need fair-chance hiring of people with records, in TalkPoverty. Read More
    • 12-01-14 NELP's Maurice Emsellem and CLS Philly's Sharon Dietrich call for reconfirmation of EEOC general counsel, a champion of vulnerable workers, in Huff Post op-ed. Read More
    • 11-26-14 NELP's Cathy Ruckelshaus and Sarah Leberstein on manufacturing's low-wage crisis and what we can do about it, in Reuters op-ed. Read More
    • 11-20-14 NELP commends President Obama's executive action on immigration. Read More
    • 11-20-14 NELP's new report, Manufacturing Low Pay, documents declining wages in the jobs that built America's middle class. Read More
    • 11-19-14 NELP's Michelle Natividad Rodriguez explains federal regulation of criminal background checks, in Collateral Consequences Resource Center blog. Read More
    • 11-08-14 NELP's Yannet Lathrop on how raising the minimum wage was the real winner of the 2014 midterm elections, on MSNBC.com. Read More
    • 11-07-14 NELP's Michelle Natividad Rodriguez outlines next steps to get ex-inmates jobs after passage of California's Prop. 47, in Sacramento Bee op-ed. Read More
    • 10-30-14 NELP co-authors amicus brief in First Circuit case testing whether low-paid Dunkin Donuts managers named “executives” and therefore exempt from overtime were properly classified. Read More
    • 10-24-14 NELP's Rebecca Smith explains why it takes a village to enforce fair-wage laws, on TalkPoverty.org. Read More
    • 10-22-14 NELP releases new report on how Seattle can most effectively enforce its $15 minimum wage. Read More
    • 10-16-14 New NELP report provides states with recommendations for using federal funds to build, improve, and promote work-sharing programs. Read More
    • 10-15-14 NELP welcomes Obama administration effort to boost hiring of long-term unemployed. Read More
    • 10-14-14 NELP's Arun Ivatury on how opposition to raising the minimum wage is crumbling, on MSNBC.com. Read More

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